As the protest campaign grows in Swaziland, and alarming reports grow of a security clampdown, African democracy institute Idasa calls on Swaziland to avoid further bloodshed and a repeat of the crises we have seen
The condition of school teachers in this country cannot be described as enviable. The least said about them in terms of living conditions the better.
This medium has been following keenly the unfolding drama in our
It is expected that Mama Sierra Leone should by now be beaming with smiles as she celebrates her Golden Jubilee.
However, strange gloomy weather has superstitiously revealed that she is weeping rather than smiling.
Public’s perception views
‘Rotten politics’ people call it, is undoubtedly the cause to Sierra Leone’s woeful and uncalled for underdevelopment.
The shock took over minds of Sierra Leoneans minutes after Daniel Gaima; one of President Koroma’s Deputy Ministers, admitted
Rachael Bangura, presenter of the SLBC ‘Tell It to Rachael’ programme on 7th April formally launched the ‘Golden Boys Sierra Leone’ in furtherance of the First Face of the International Modeling and Fashion Agency campaign.
The scribe wrote a name
when a Portuguese explorer reached King Naimbana’s territory
in the Atlantic Coast of West Africa
and her name became Sierra Leone
Wake up at dawn, pregnant with dreams
Full of hope @ 50
Ivory Coast's UN-recognised President, Alassane Ouattara, has urged restraint after the dramatic capture of his bitter rival Laurent Gbagbo. (Photo: Picture shows Laurent Gbagbo after he was detained)
Announcing an investigation into Mr Gbagbo, he promised
The African Union Mission for Somalia (AMISOM) wrapped up its Consultative Media Conference at the Nyali International Beach Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya on the 9 April-10 April. The conference covered a range of topics on how
Sierra Leonean AIK’s international Ibrahim Tetteh Bangura opened his 2011 Allsvenkan season account by scoring twice to secure AIK’s victory on Sunday in the 41st and 62nd mintues respectively. (Photo: First goal celebration with
Sierra Leone’s much anticipated Golden Jubilee celebrations kicked-off last Friday with a seminar at the Vrije University in the Holland capital of Amsterdam. (Photo: From L-R; Professor Wouter of the Vrije University in Amsterdam who
I travelled up country from the middle of last week right up to Buedu in the Kissi Tongi chiefdom which constitutes Constituency 04 of the Parliamentary constituencies. Before my trip I had read the conclusions
At least 171 people are believed to have been killed during three weeks of unrest in Syria, Amnesty International said today after at least eight more fatalities during protests.
"The alarming reports coming from Syria today